NAEA to be instrumental in new taskforce on money laundering
A new taskforce involving the National Association of Estate Agents has been set up to tackle economic crime, including money laundering. The new Economic Crime Strategic Board will meet twice a year.
The board, set up jointly by the Home Secretary and the Chancellor, includes trade and professional body representatives of banks, solicitors and accountants, as well as estate agents.
NAEA chief executive Mark Hayward said: “The Economic Crime Strategic Board is significant in that for the first time, all the relevant industries and Government departments are coming together to tackle economic crime by agreeing strategic priorities and ensuring that resources are aligned to deliver them.”
Source: Property Industry Eye
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